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  • C-5 Galaxy, biggest cargo aircraft in the US Air Force

    The C-5 Galaxy developed by the American manufacturer Lockheed in the late 1960s is a giant among military cargo aircraft. When it came into service nearly half a century ago it was the largest aircraft in the world. We take a look back at the history of this monster of the skies, still deployed today.

  • Supersonic jet race continues

    NASA has just awarded twenty million dollars to Lockheed Martin for the development of a greener, and quieter, supersonic airliner than Concorde, to be added to the many other projects already underway.

  • What is the weight of a fighter jet ejection seat?

    Fighter aircraft ejection seats first appeared in the 40’s, and since then have saved many lives. Their weight is an important factor, both during the ejection, and for the airplane’s performance.

  • SR-71 Blackbird: the fastest plane in the world

    There are airplanes, that by their shape and performance, demand admiration and respect. The USA’s SR-71 Blackbird spy plane, developed by Lockheed in the 60’s, is one of them.

  • The beginning of the "Made in Italy" F-35’s

    The first F-35 assembled in Italy has just undertaken its first flight, giving us the opportunity to look at the latest developments of this programme, the most expensive in US history.

  • Lockheed Martin buys Sikorsky for $ 9 billion

    Not surprisingly, the defense group Lockheed Martin has acquired Sikorsky for $ 9 billion. With this operation, Lockheed Martin should strengthen its position as the leading supplier to the US military.

  • Indonesian C-130 Hercules which crashed was over 50 years old

    The Indonesian Air Force C-130 Hercules that crashed on 30 June, had accumulated 51 years of service. We take a brief look at the history of this US transport ‘plane which has sold over 2,500 units.

  • The crash in Spain: F-16 Lockheed Martin in the spot light

    After the 26th January crash of the Greek F-16 at the Albacete military base in Spain, the provisional toll is heavy, with eleven dead and twenty wounded. An accident of which the causes are not yet known, but which puts this American fighter, developed by Lockheed Martin, in the 70’s directly in the spot light.


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